Film, Film & TV, Review

Review: Designer Dresses, Mid-Century Paris and the Endearing Charm of Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris

Based on the 1958 novel by nearly the same name (the book drops the H for a bit of added working-class cockney flair), Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris is only […]

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Film, Film & TV, Review

Review: Family Drama Let Him Go Sees Kevin Costner and Diane Lane on a Mission to Reclaim their Grandson

Let Him Go

Taking a B-movie plot and fusing it with A-level heart and performances, the suspense drama Let Him Go is exactly the type of film we need right now, with its […]

Steve Prokopy /
Film, Film & TV, Review

Review: Worthy Feminism but Barely a Revolution in Predictable Misbehaviour

Misbehaviour

Sometimes shifts in history can be predicted, and other times they happen in unexpected places—such as in the 1970 Miss World competition held every year in London. The film Misbehaviour […]

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Review: Driven by Strong Performances, Ordinary Love Finds the Extraordinary in the Everyday

Ordinary Love

Long before Liam Neeson became one of the go-to guys for action-oriented films (Star Wars: The Phantom Menace, Batman Begins, and of course the Taken films), he was considered one […]

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Review: Story Gives Way to Spectacle in Maleficent: Mistress of Evil

Maleficent Mistress of Evil

It’s difficult to believe that five years have passed since Maleficent came into our lives and set the record straight on just how the Sleeping Beauty legend really played out, […]

Steve Prokopy /
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Film Review: Paul Thomas Anderson Continues to Impress with Phantom Thread

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I make no excuses about the fact that I adore every Paul Thomas Anderson film to varying (often excessive) degrees. And while all of them have felt very “adult” in […]

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